A discussion of Geoversiv’s action-oriented exploration of Earth Intelligence, Climate Resilience, Food Security and the economics of a future without pollution. A push to leverage healthy natural systems and rights of nature as solutions to the climate crisis.
Climate Smart Food Systems-Episode 007
What role does agriculture and food systems play in climate change? What does the planet face if destructive practices aren't altered. And, there is major value to those farmers and corporations who do shift to regenerative practices. Better profits,...
Planetary Emergency-Episode 006
The Club of Rome, along with the Potsdam Institute, just issue its report called "Planetary Emergency 2.0." This podcast examines whether that is an overstatement, or is there evidence that we are currently facing an emergency worldwide.
US Election Debrief-Episode 005
The election results are in. What does it all mean for science, climate change, COVID19, economic troubles and racial injustice. A lot to unpack, and a lot of serious optimism.Myra Jackson and Joseph Robertson are convinced the country can come...
Why Democracy Matters - Episode 004
Today, two days before the election, a discussion on the sustainability of a Democracy. Joseph Robertson and Myra Jackson bring civic, scientific and cultural references to this sensitive and important dicussion.
The Covid Crisis -Episode 003
Today's discussion involves a new view of the COVID-19 pandemic. What role does resilience play, how will humans adapt and evolve? Is there a relationship between earth systems, sustainability and what will COVID teach us about ourselves.
Reinventing Sustainability-Episode 002
Continuing discussion on Climate Change, with an emphasis on understanding sustainability and the role Nature plays in informing our path forward. The economics of global food security will be discussed in detail. The purpose of the discussion is to...
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Brilliant folks, easy listening, digestible science
This is a smart, engaging podcast about climate change. Doesn’t get so far into the weeds that everyday people can’t follow but respects its audience enough to traffic in facts and nuance. Perfect length, too!